Tccrypt: Tool to decrypt TC 7.5 passwords (with master pass)

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Tccrypt: Tool to decrypt TC 7.5 passwords (with master pass)

Post by *ghisler(Author) » 2009-06-11, 19:10 UTC

As promised, I'm publishing a tool which demonstrates the new password encryption and decryption in Total Commander 7.5. The tool is published with full source code under a BSD-style license. This allows everyone to review the code for possible security holes.

The tool can be used to show a forgotten ftp password in plain text, as long as you know the master password.

You can download it here:
tccrypt program
tccrypt source

Simply run the tool by double clicking the program in Total Commander (so it will find the wcx_ftp.ini by itself).

Please note that the tool doesn't currently support Unicode, so passwords
with characters from a different codepage will not work.

You can find some technical information about the used encryption in the file readme.txt.
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Post by *Sam_Zen » 2009-06-12, 00:02 UTC

Thanks Christian. Very nice.
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Post by *fenix_productions » 2009-06-12, 00:19 UTC

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Suggestion: single "Encrypt" click to see all entries at once (in the form of table or list). Dropdown is more annoying.
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Post by *target_locked » 2009-08-19, 02:42 UTC

Hi Christian,
This tool only show passwords for those protected by a master password.
In case I don't use master password, how to see FTP passwords in plain text?
Thanks.

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Post by *Samuel » 2009-08-19, 05:36 UTC


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Post by *target_locked » 2009-08-19, 06:45 UTC

Samuel wrote:You may use this tool:
http://en.totalcmd.pl/download/add/tls/DecrypTC
Thanks for that.

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Post by *EveMiles585 » 2015-12-11, 10:55 UTC

Samuel wrote:You may use this tool:
en.totalcmd.pl/download/add/tls/DecrypTC
The link does not work any longer... can you someone please check?

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Post by *Horst.Epp » 2015-12-11, 11:10 UTC

EveMiles585 wrote:
Samuel wrote:You may use this tool:
en.totalcmd.pl/download/add/tls/DecrypTC
The link does not work any longer... can you someone please check?
http://totalcmd.net/plugring/cda_file_info.html

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Post by *yetanotherlogin » 2018-09-14, 14:38 UTC

"Error code 78299. Innormal page"

This works (although the program could be improved by letting the user paste a path instead of having to navigate through the tree, ie. saving multiple clicks)
http://www.itsamples.com/total-commander-password-recovery.html

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Post by *rsa » 2018-10-11, 23:00 UTC

target_locked wrote:
2009-08-19, 02:42 UTC
This tool only show passwords for those protected by a master password.
Samuel wrote:
2009-08-19, 05:36 UTC
You may use this tool:
http://en.totalcmd.pl/download/add/tls/DecrypTC
It's a little bit strange, that it's only working for connections secured by a master password.
I don't want to use a Polish tool, where I can't read anything on the website. Furthermore the link seems to be invalid (not directly linked to a tool).
Fortunately the workaround is quite easy: set a master password (which can be removed later).

Nevertheless it would be fine if the tool also works for connections, not protected by a master password.
Besides it would be very fine to have a decryption tool integrated in Total Commander. I nearly all tools you have the possibility to see the password (without using a third tool).

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